The year is about to end, and it’s a great time to take a look back and think about all the things that happened in your life in these 12 months.
No one really wants to hear bitter truths about life, but they are essential for growth.
Are you a person who procrastinates when faced with overwhelming tasks? Do you find it difficult to stick to a diet, or perhaps you are a compulsive shopper? Have you ever expressed something you later regretted? Are you contented or disappointed with your life? If any of the above rings
Have you ever felt like life is a mix of chaos and mundane—on repeat? There’s too much to do and not enough time to enjoy the little things.
Some people experience a time in their lives when they feel utterly lost.
This may sound strange, but it’s good to make mistakes.
Full Moons are a time of culmination and completion of cycles that call our attention to turn inward and reflect on what is no longer serving our growth and development.
We all like to think that we are individuals, capable of free will and independent thought.
Wu Wei is a concept in Chinese philosophy that translates into “inaction” or “effortless action” and promotes inner harmony, stillness, and letting go of the need to control everything.
Let’s be honest, everybody uses labels.
Happiness is a complicated emotion.
How the psycho-social mind gets intensively manipulated by the use that media makes of ideas and the object that these ideas recall on the society as a whole
As we’ve covered many times before, being alone and being lonely are two different things.
Life is not fair, nor is it easy.
If you are an old soul, you may often ask yourself deep questions about what it is to be human, what your life purpose might be and who you truly are. An old soul often feels nostalgic for something they are not sure exists and homesick for a place they